The Caddo Herald
January 31, 1902
A Mr. Gragg, brick mason, died at his home in the west part of town Wednesday evening of pneumonia. He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his loss. Interment occurred at the cemetery yesterday under Woodmen auspices.
March 21, 1902
Mrs. Mollie E. Gragg desires to do sewing either by the day at your home or by the ferment at her home. First door south of the North Methodist Church.
June 13, 1902
The Caddo Camp #79 W. O. W. will unveil the monument of T. P. Gragg Sunday evening June 22, at the Caddo cemetery at 4 o’clock.
September 11, 1903
Miss Helen Gragg left for Carthage, Mo. to attend school.
May 6, 1910
Miss Edith Gragg, from Durant, attended the graduating exercises here last Friday night.
1910 Census, Caddo, Oklahoma
Mollie Gragg, widow, 45, born 1865, Kentucky
Teacher, boarder with Williams family
Nina Gragg, daughter, 14
August 28, 1914
Carnival Begins Wednesday Noon
The Caddo Corn Carnival began Wednesday morning with a band concert on the streets of Caddo. The band is composed of young ladies who attend the State School at Broken Arrow, and are chaperoned by Mrs. Mollie E. Gragg, who formerly was a citizen of Caddo. They make splendid music and are quite an attraction...
1920 Census, Checotah, Oklahoma
Mary Gragg, 55, teacher
Edith Gragg, daughter, 26, teacher
Nina Gragg, daughter, 24, teacher
January 9, 1920
Mrs. Gragg Dies
At her home in Checotah Sunday afternoon at 5 o’clock, Mrs. Mollie Gragg died. The funeral occurred Tuesday morning at 10 o’clock.
Mrs. Gragg was well known in Caddo, having lived here some fifteen years. She was a splendid woman, a true Christian character, and beloved by all who knew her. At the time of her death she was principal of one of the Checotah schools.
She is survived by three daughters, all grown, who also have numerous friends in Caddo.